JP3771501B2 - Life cycle compatible system housing and partition structure - Google Patents

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JP3771501B2
JP3771501B2 JP2002032126A JP2002032126A JP3771501B2 JP 3771501 B2 JP3771501 B2 JP 3771501B2 JP 2002032126 A JP2002032126 A JP 2002032126A JP 2002032126 A JP2002032126 A JP 2002032126A JP 3771501 B2 JP3771501 B2 JP 3771501B2
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[0001]
BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION
The present invention relates to a system dwelling in which a unit dwelling area of a building is divided into two or more individual dwelling areas as necessary, and can be returned to the original unit dwelling area, and in particular, a unit along the life cycle. The present invention relates to a life cycle-compatible system house capable of forming one household in a residential area, or two or more households that can be divided independently by dividing a unit residential area, and a partition structure of the divided structure.
[0002]
[Prior art]
A so-called two-family house or a residence with a rental room in which a plurality of households can live in a single residence space, that is, a unit residence area, is known. However, the two-family house has a common entrance or separate entrance, but the internal housing structure is fixed, and the interior areas are completely blocked. It is not a thing and the traffic between the living areas is not strictly blocked.
[0003]
In addition, a residence with a rental room, which can be called a modified example of a two-family house, is a unit residence area in which another residence area that is inherently independent of the owner's residence area is fixed, It is not a structure that can be used by arbitrarily incorporating a residential area into the other residential area by simple operation, and if it is necessary to incorporate this, it involves a large-scale wall removal work and a new construction work such as a door. It was a thing.
[0004]
Furthermore, in particular, in a housing complex such as a so-called condominium, when the unit housing area is divided into a plurality of unit housing areas, or when the plurality of divided unit housing areas are returned to the original unit housing area, Requires the consent of the manager of the building, the proof of structural safety, the consent of neighboring residents, and it is necessary to establish a new means for avoiding conflicts in the Building Law, and procedures, negotiations, and construction are troublesome. there were. The construction was accompanied by various difficulties such as a request for silent construction.
[0005]
[Problems to be solved by the invention]
It is common for residents of households who have purchased a residence to change the living capacity they need along their respective life cycles over time. Here, the “living capacity” is defined as the number and / or size of living rooms, bedrooms, and other rooms that constitute a living area required for living. In particular, apartment buildings called condominiums in this world have an area that is determined from the beginning (an area called a unit residence area), and the necessary functions required to live in this unit residence area. The room is partitioned into spaces. The “space” here does not mean that there is nothing, but a residential space required for living.
[0006]
However, the life cycle of the resident changes with the years, and the living capacity increases and decreases along this life cycle. That is, at the time of having a household in his twenties, for example, so-called 2DK is sufficient as a living space for two couples. After that, a child is born and one or two rooms are needed as the child grows, and if the child gets married, an independent individual residence is required. After that, if the children of the couple grow larger, a wider living space will be required. And after retirement, only their couples will be, and a large living space will be unnecessary.
[0007]
And by renting out the living space that is no longer needed, you can continue living with peace of mind by adding to the cost of living after retirement. There is also an idea of providing a variable wall structure that can be removed or moved in the unit dwelling area in order to change the living space. However, the wall structure that forms between the individual living areas obtained by dividing the unit living area is also required to have the same vibration and soundproofing function as the wall that separates the adjacent unit living areas.
[0008]
In addition, in addition to this, in multi-story apartment buildings such as so-called condominiums, an open portion defined by law is expected for each individual residential area that is expected to be separated into a plurality of individual residential areas. It is difficult to secure.
[0009]
The objective of this invention is providing the partition structure which implement | achieves such a system easily and reliably, and the life cycle corresponding | compatible system house which made the living space usable effectively along a resident's life cycle.
[0010]
[Means for Solving the Problems]
In order to achieve the above object, the system housing according to the present invention is equipped with independent housing functions in the unit residence area and the individual residence area in the unit residence area, and of course, when living as a unit residence area, Even when divided into a plurality of individual residential areas, each individual residential area has its own independent entrance and exit, and is required for the individual residences defined in the relevant law example facing the outside world of each unit residential area An opening is provided.
[0011]
The dwelling function includes a living room, a water area such as a kitchen and a bath / toilet, and other spaces where people can live in the dwelling area, and may include ancillary facilities such as air conditioning. Also includes electrical wiring and water and sewage piping. In order to realize the system housing according to the present invention, a vibration-proof / fire-proof / sound-proof partition wall provided with an opening for a partition structure that can form a living activity line of a resident having an opening in the partition wall in a unit residence area. And having a partition structure that can be installed or removed without difficulty in the opening of the partition structure.
[0012]
According to the above configuration, it becomes possible to provide a part of the unit residence area to another independent household according to the life cycle of the owner of the unit residence area, and to return to the original unit residence area. Can be used effectively. This partition structure is composed of a door portion provided with an opening of the partition wall and a furniture portion that does not have a physical connection with the door portion.
[0013]
The door should have anti-vibration, fire-proof and sound-proof functions. The furniture section provided in the partition structure has a furniture function such as a magazine rack or various household goods storage shelves, and the furniture function can be achieved even when the partition structure opening is closed or the opening is opened. The effective use of the partition structure is realized by continuing the process. In the opened state, the door included in the door portion functions as a normal door.
[0014]
It should be noted that the present invention is not limited to the configurations disclosed in the above-described configurations and the examples described later, and it goes without saying that various modifications can be made without departing from the technical idea of the present invention.
[0015]
DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE INVENTION
Embodiments of the present invention will be described below in detail with reference to the drawings of the embodiments.
[0016]
FIG. 1 is a plan view of an essential part for explaining the structure of an embodiment of a life cycle compatible system house of the present invention. Although this embodiment shows the case where the present invention is applied to one section of the floor of a multi-story apartment house, the same applies to a single-story apartment house. FIG. 1 shows a state in which a partition structure opens the partition structure opening (hereinafter, also simply referred to as an opening or opening) to make the entire unit residential area one residential area. 2 is an enlarged plan view of the area on the left side (F2) of FIG. 1, and FIG. 3 is an enlarged plan view of the area on the right side (F3) of FIG. 1. Both of FIGS. The state which closed the structure opening part and divided | segmented the unit residence area into each two separate residence areas is shown. In the following description, for convenience, the unit residence area is denoted by the main (M), and the individual residence area is denoted by the sub (S).
[0017]
In FIG. 1 to FIG. 3, reference numeral M <b> 1 is a first unit living area, which has two main living rooms ML, a main water area MW, a main entrance / exit ME, a sub room SL, a sub water area SW, and a sub entrance / exit SE. It has an opening (indicated by a sliding door symbol) that opens to the balcony or veranda BC facing the outer wall GW. Reference numerals M1A and S1 are the individual residential areas after division, and the open portion indicated by the sliding door is divided into individual residential areas M1A and S1 when the first unit residential area M1 is divided into individual residential areas M1A and S1. It is formed so as to have a size determined by the legal example. The main entrance ME and the sub entrance SE face the common corridor CP. In addition, BL in a figure is a boundary with an adjacent land, NB is an adjacent living area in a house.
[0018]
Reference numerals M2 and M3 are a second unit residence area and a third unit residence area, respectively, and each has one main room ML, main water area MW, main entrance / exit ME, sub room room SL, and auxiliary water area SW. , Has a sub-entrance / exit SE, and has an opening (indicated by a sliding door symbol) that opens to the balcony BC facing the outer wall GW. In particular, the components that are not denoted by reference numerals indicate the contents in the drawing display conventionally used in architectural drawings.
[0019]
FIG. 1 shows the application of the present invention to a section of one floor of a so-called apartment. That is, in the section facing the adjacent land boundary BL in FIG. 1, one unit living area M1 is arranged at the upper left of the staircase space STR. The unit living area M1 is parallel to the outer wall GW, and two main living rooms ML and a main water area MW located between the two main living rooms ML are arranged from the left side to the right side of the figure. In addition, a sub-room SL and a sub-water switch SW are arranged from the left side to the right side of the figure.
[0020]
A common corridor CP having an entrance to the staircase space STR is disposed along with the staircase space STR. In the unit residence area M1, a main entrance ME and a sub entrance SE facing the common corridor CP are provided independently. Further, the two main living rooms ML and the sub-living room SL have a statutory open part facing the balcony BC. Here, although the opening part is shown with a sliding door, it is not limited to this.
[0021]
Similarly, in the section facing the adjacent land boundary BL in FIG. 1, two unit residence areas M2 and M3 are arranged on the right side of the staircase space STR. These unit living areas M2 and M3 are arranged in a direction parallel to the outer wall GW parallel to the adjacent land boundary BL in FIG. The unit living area M2 has a main living room ML and a sub living room SL along the parallel direction, and the main water circulation MW is on the shared corridor CP side of the main living room ML, and the auxiliary water is on the shared corridor CP side of the sub living room SL. It has a rotation SW. The unit living area M3 has a secondary living room SL and a main living room ML along the parallel direction. The auxiliary water circulation SW is on the shared corridor CP side of the main living room ML, and the main water supply SW is on the shared hallway CP side of the main living room ML. have.
[0022]
In the unit residence areas M2 and M3, a main entrance ME and a sub entrance SE facing the common corridor CP are provided independently. Each of the main living room ML and the sub living room SL in the unit living areas M2 and M3 has a statutory open part facing the balcony BC.
[0023]
Each unit residence area M1, M2, M3 has an opening (partition structure opening) in a portion divided into the individual residence areas described above, and a partition structure PW is installed in the partition structure opening. Anti-vibration / fireproof / soundproof partition wall WW. Hereinafter, the vibration-proof / fire-proof / sound-proof partition WW is simply abbreviated as partition WW. This partition wall WW has a vibration-proofing / fire-proofing / sound-proofing function similar to or equivalent to a structural wall that partitions adjacent unit residence areas M1, M2, and M3. As will be described later, the partition wall WW includes a door portion and a furniture portion having vibration-proof, fireproof, and soundproof functions, and the door portion and the furniture portion constitute a partition structure PW.
[0024]
As shown in FIG. 1, in the state where the furniture part of the partition structure PW is removed and the door part is left, the unit residential area M1 has two main living rooms ML, a main water area MW, a main entrance / exit ME, and a secondary living room. SL and sub-water surrounding SW constitute one dwelling where the live activity line passes through the opening of the partition wall WW. The unit residence areas M2 and M3 constitute one residence where the live action line passes through the opening of the partition wall WW by one main living room ML, main water surrounding MW, main entrance ME, sub living room SL, and auxiliary water surrounding SW. . At this time, the sub-entrance / exit SE can function as an auxiliary entrance / exit (such as a free entrance).
[0025]
As shown in FIG. 2, when the opening of the partition wall WW of the first unit living area M1 is closed with the partition structure PW and divided into two individual housing areas M1A and S1, one individual housing area M1A is the main living room. Consists of ML, MW around main water, and main entrance / exit ME. The other individual residential area S1 is composed of a secondary living room SL, a secondary water switch SW, and a secondary entrance SE. Each of the individual residence areas M1A and S1 has an opening portion indicated by a sliding door in addition to the entrance and exit, and the divided individual residence areas M1A and S1 also have two statutory external opening portions.
[0026]
As shown in FIG. 3, when the opening of the partition wall WW of the second unit living area M2 is closed with the partition structure PW and divided into two individual housing areas M2A and S2, one individual housing area M2A is Consists of main room ML, main water MW, main entrance ME. The other individual residential area S2 is composed of a secondary living room SL, a secondary water switch SW, and a secondary doorway SE. Each individual residential area M2A and S2 has an external opening shown by sliding doors in addition to the above-mentioned entrances and exits, and the divided individual residential areas M2A and S2 also have two statutory external open parts along with the entrances and exits It becomes.
[0027]
When the opening of the partition wall WW of the third unit residence area M3 is closed with the partition structure PW and divided into two individual residence areas M3A and S3, one individual residence area M3A is the main residence room ML and the main water area MW, the main Consists of an entrance / exit ME. The other individual residential area S3 includes a sub-room SL, a sub-water switch SW, and a sub-entrance / exit SE. Each of the individual residential areas M3A and S3 has an opening facing the outside indicated by the sliding door in addition to the entrance and exit, and two statutory open parts are also provided in the divided individual residential areas M3A and S3. It will have. And although not shown in figure, electric wiring, water and sewage piping, etc. are each arrange | positioned independently in unit residence area M1, M2, and M3.
[0028]
In an apartment house such as a so-called condominium, when the unit residence area is divided into a plurality of unit residence areas, or when the divided unit residence areas are returned to the original unit residence area, the manager of the apartment house Neither consent, proof of structural safety, nor consent from neighboring residents is required. Furthermore, there is no conflict with the divisional building law.
[0029]
By adopting such a configuration, it is easy to form two or more individual residence areas in the unit residence area of the building (residence) as needed, and to make it possible to return to the original unit residence area. Thus, it is possible to provide a life cycle-compatible system house that can make one household in the unit residence area along the life cycle, and divide the unit residence area into two or more households as independent individual residences.
[0030]
Next, details of the partition structure PW described above will be described with reference to FIGS. 4 to 12. FIG. 4 is a horizontal sectional view for explaining a first embodiment of a partition structure according to the present invention together with a part of a partition wall, and FIG. 5 is a vertical sectional view taken along the line aa 'in FIG. The numbers in the figure indicate dimension examples, and the unit is mm. 4 and 5 show an installation state of the partition structure PW when the partition wall opening is closed and divided into individual houses.
[0031]
The partition WW has an opening in the portion shown in FIGS. A door frame DF is fixed to the inner edge of the opening having a horizontal width W in the horizontal direction by welding with a steel bar. In addition, it is good also as fixing means, such as a bolt, instead of welding with an iron bar. The door frame DF is preferably made of iron, but may be other similar members. A door DR having a width DW is rotatably installed on one side of the door frame DF with a hinge HG. The door frame DF and the door DR constitute a door portion.
[0032]
The door DR is a soundproof door in which a sound absorbing material such as glass wool is sandwiched between steel plates, and has a handle portion having an opening / closing / locking function in the vicinity of the vertical side opposite to the hinge. The door DR may be a soundproof / vibrationproof door or a soundproof / fireproof / vibrationproof door. Also, a wooden frame (hereinafter referred to as a frame material) BB suitable for wood is fixed so as to sandwich the door frame DF from both sides of the main living area side M and the sub-residential area side S. As shown in FIG. 4, the airtight material AT is interposed in the gap in the lateral direction between the frame material BB and the partition wall WW. As shown in FIG. 5, the air tight material AT is also present on the ceiling side of the frame material BB. An airtight material AT is also interposed between the base B and the frame material BB of the base BS.
[0033]
A wall plate (decorative plate) BA is attached to the frame member BB in a direction along the wall surface of the partition wall WW. A mortar MTL is filled between the door frame DF and the partition wall WW. As shown in FIG. 5, the floor board FB is supported by a support base SCB, a support column SC, and a joist ND installed on the foundation BS. The frame material BB is supported by the reinforcing material V1, the air tight material AT is interposed between the bases B, and the mortar MTL is filled between the door frame DF and the bases B.
[0034]
The air tight rubber material ATG is fixed to the part of the door frame DF where the door DR hits, and the sound is silenced when the door is opened and closed, and the sound insulating function between adjacent rooms is provided, and the sealing function when the door is closed is achieved. . The door portion and the furniture portion constitute a part of the partition structure, but do not have a physical connection relationship with each other. That is, when the opening is closed, the furniture part does not have a structural connection part on the door DR. Also, when the opening is opened, the door DR does not have a structural coupling relationship with the furniture portion, and functions as a normal door.
[0035]
In the present embodiment, the furniture portion constituting the partition structure PW is a magazine rack, but the present invention is not limited to this, and other storage shelves, mirrors, and other wall-mounted furniture may be used. The magazine rack is installed with the ML-M on the side of the main living area and the ML-S on the side of the sub-habiting area being overlapped on the door DR. Both magazine racks are basically the same. Note that a magazine rack (or other furniture, etc.) can be installed only in one of the main residential area and the secondary residential area.
[0036]
The magazine rack ML-M (or ML-S) has a back plate BD, a top plate UK, and a lower plate DK, and is finished with a decorative frame (hereinafter, frame) FL. The lower side of the frame FL is shown as a leg portion FL-L. A similar leg portion FL-L is also provided on the lower side of the back plate BD. Reference sign K is a counter, KL is a shelf board, HB is a holding bar, and Z is a magazine. The opening width of the partition wall WW is W, the opening height is H, the width of the door DR is DW, and the height is DH. A dimension example is shown in the drawing.
[0037]
An angle piece AG is fixed to the back surface of the frame FL of the magazine rack ML-M (or ML-S) by an appropriate fixing means such as a screw, and a screw or the like is attached to the frame material BB via the angle piece AG. It is fixed by a furniture part fixing mechanism as a fixing means. Anti-vibration rubber BG is interposed between the leg part FL-L of the frame FL and the floor board FB, and between the other leg part FL-L and the frame member BB. The magazine rack ML-M (or ML-S) is installed in the opening of the partition wall WW by fixing the angle piece AG with a screw NL. The magazine rack is simply released by fixing the screw NL or the like. ML-M (or ML-S) can be removed from the door portion.
[0038]
As described above, the door DR at the opening of the partition wall WW is closed, and the magazine rack ML-M (or ML-S) is overlapped and fixed on the door DR so as to cover the door DR. Is completed and the unit residence area can be easily divided into a plurality of individual residence areas. There is a space between the magazine rack ML-M (or ML-S) and the door DR. An appropriate sound and vibration isolating material can be further inserted in this space. Then, by removing the magazine rack ML-M (or ML-S), the divided individual residence area can be easily returned to the original unit residence area.
[0039]
6 is a cross-sectional view showing a state of the partition structure corresponding to FIG. 4 for explaining the state where the magazine rack is removed from the opening of the partition wall, and FIG. 7 is a view for explaining the state where the magazine rack is removed from the opening of the partition wall. It is sectional drawing which shows the state of the corresponding partition structure. In the state shown in FIGS. 6 and 7, the door DR can be opened and closed, and the live action line can pass between the main living area M and the sub-residential area S.
[0040]
FIG. 8 is an external view showing a state in which the opening of the partition wall is closed with the partition structure of the present embodiment. The magazine rack ML-M (or ML-S) that constitutes the partition structure PW has an appearance in which the frame FL is integrated with the partition wall WW. For example, a furniture such as a downlight indicated by reference numeral DL is provided. Can be emphasized. As a result, it is possible to conceal that there is an opening on the back of the magazine rack ML-M (or ML-S), and the borrower does not feel useless.
[0041]
FIG. 9 is an external view showing a state in which the magazine rack constituting the partition structure of the present invention is removed from the opening of the partition wall so that the live activity line can pass between the main residential area M and the secondary residential area S. The door DR has a handle NB and a lock LK. A handle provided with a locking mechanism can also be used. Moreover, it is good also as a thing which is not provided with a locking mechanism.
[0042]
FIG. 10 is a horizontal sectional view for explaining a second embodiment of the partition structure according to the present invention together with a part of the partition wall, and FIG. 11 is a vertical sectional view taken along the line bb ′ of FIG. The numbers in the figure indicate dimension examples, and the unit is mm. 10 and 11 show an installation state of the partition structure PW when the partition wall opening is closed and divided into individual houses.
[0043]
The partition WW has an opening in the portion shown in FIGS. A door frame DF is fixed to the inner edge of the opening in the horizontal direction with a bolt BT. This door frame is preferably made of iron, and a door DR is rotatably installed on one side by a hinge HF.
[0044]
As in the first embodiment, the door DR is a soundproof (or soundproof / vibration-proof) door in which a sound absorbing material such as glass wool is sandwiched between steel plates, and has a handle having an opening / closing / locking function in the vicinity of the vertical side opposite to the hinge. Part. Moreover, the frame material BB which makes the wood suitable is fixed so that the door frame DF may be pinched | interposed from the both sides of the main living area side M and the subhabiting area side S. As shown in FIG. 10, an airtight material AT is interposed in a gap in the lateral direction between the frame material BB and the partition wall WW. Moreover, as shown in FIG. 11, the air tight material AT is also interposed on the ceiling side of the frame material BB. An airtight material AT is also interposed between the base B and the frame material BB of the base BS.
[0045]
A wall plate (decorative plate) BA is attached to the frame member BB in a direction along one wall surface of the partition wall WW. A mortar MTL is filled between the door frame DF and the partition wall WW. As shown in FIG. 11, the floor board FB is supported by the base B of the foundation BS. An airtight material AT is interposed between the base B and the mortar MTL is filled between the door frame DF and the base B. Moreover, it is good also as wall paper tension and cloth tension instead of wall board BA.
[0046]
An air tight rubber material similar to that shown in FIG. 5 is fixed to a portion of the door frame DF where the door DR hits, but the illustration is omitted. This air tight rubber material has a sound-deadening function when the door is opened and closed, a sound insulation function between adjacent rooms, and a sealing function when the door is closed. The same reference numerals as those in FIGS. 4 and 5 correspond to the same functional parts, and the description common to FIGS. 4 and 5 is omitted.
[0047]
In FIG. 11, the frame member BB is suspended from the ceiling by the reinforcing member V2. Further, as shown in FIG. 10, the frame member BB moves the furniture portion along the partition wall WW in parallel to the horizontal direction indicated by the arrow C, and opens and closes the door DR at the opening portion of the partition wall WW. It has the width necessary to retract it to a possible position.
[0048]
And it has the hanger rail HG fixed inside the upper edge of frame material BB, and extended in the direction parallel to partition WW, and is fixed to the lower edge of frame material BB, and extends in the direction parallel to the said partition. A guide rail GR is provided. The magazine rack ML-M (ML-S) as a furniture section has a top plate FL and a leg plate FL-L, and a hanger roller RR-U that is fixed to the upper side of the top plate FL and hangs and moves on the hanger rail HG. And a guide roller that is fixed to the lower side of the leg plate FL-L and engages and moves with the guide rail GR.
[0049]
Then, the magazine rack ML-M (ML-S) is attached to the hanger rail HG, the hanger roller RR-U, and the guide rail GR at a position where the opening of the partition wall WW is covered with the door portion DR and a position where the door portion is exposed. The guide roller RR-L is moved in the direction parallel to the partition wall WW by the engagement of the guide roller RR-L. An angle piece AG is fixed to the upper side of the magazine rack ML-M (ML-S) top plate FL, and the opening of the partition wall WW is covered by fixing the angle piece AG to the frame member BB with a screw NL or the like. .
[0050]
When the magazine rack ML-M (ML-S) is removed from the opening of the partition wall WW, the angle piece AG and the frame material BB are unfixed and moved in the direction of arrow C. The door DR can be opened in the direction of arrow A. Other configurations are substantially the same as those in FIG. 4 and FIG.
[0051]
Also in the present embodiment, the furniture portion constituting the partition structure PW is a magazine rack. However, the present invention is not limited to this, and other storage shelves, mirrors, and other wall-mounted furniture may be used. The magazine rack is installed with the ML-M on the side of the main living area and the ML-S on the side of the sub-habiting area being overlapped on the door DR. Both magazine racks are basically the same, but the embodiment may be different furniture as well.
[0052]
In this way, the door DR at the opening of the partition wall WW is closed, and the magazine rack ML-M (or ML-S) is fixed so as to cover the door DR, thereby completing the installation of the partition structure PW. The unit residence area can be easily divided into a plurality of individual residence areas. Then, by removing the magazine rack ML-M (or ML-S), the divided individual residence area can be easily returned to the original unit residence area.
[0053]
FIG. 12 is an external view showing a state in which the opening of the partition wall is released from being closed by the partition structure of this embodiment. The magazine rack ML-M (ML-S), which is a furniture portion, is shown in FIG. 10 or FIG. 11 in a state where the opening of the partition wall shown on the lower side (main M side) of FIG. 10 is closed with a partition structure. As shown in FIG. At this time, there is no structural coupling relationship between the magazine rack ML-M (ML-S) and the door DR.
[0054]
When releasing this closing, that is, when opening the opening of the partition wall WW, the fixing means such as a screw NL for fixing the angle piece AG (see FIG. 11) of the magazine rack ML-M (ML-S) is removed to remove the frame. The magazine rack ML-M (ML-S) is cut off from the material BB. Thereafter, the magazine rack ML-S is moved in the right direction of the arrow C as shown on the upper side (sub S side) of FIG. FIG. 12 shows this state.
[0055]
The above movement of the magazine rack ML-M (ML-S) is performed by the sliding door method by the hanger rail HG and the hanger roller RR-U of the frame member BB described in FIG. 11 and the guide rail GR and the guide roller RR-L. The magazine rack ML-M (ML-S) with the opening of the partition wall WW opened has the frame member BB and a part of the magazine rack ML-M (ML-S) both attached to the above-mentioned furniture portion movement restriction mechanism ST. It is fixed immovably so as to maintain the open state of the opening.
[0056]
The fixing means may be a screw lock system, a hook system, or other known lock means. The furniture portion movement restriction mechanism ST uses a screw fastener or a slide lock. Further, the installation position of the movement restriction mechanism ST is not limited to the illustrated position, and may be anywhere as long as the magazine rack ML-M (ML-S) can be fixed to the frame member BB. Further, an appropriate cover may be put on or the sheet or the like may be attached so that the fixing means is not easily visually recognized.
[0057]
According to this embodiment, the door DR at the opening of the partition wall WW is closed, and the magazine rack ML-M (or ML-S) is fixed so as to cover the door DR, thereby completing the installation of the partition structure PW. The unit residence area can be easily divided into a plurality of individual residence areas. And the individual residence area divided | segmented by moving magazine rack ML-M (or ML-S) can be easily returned to the original unit residence area.
[0058]
As described above, the furniture section is not limited to the magazine rack of the above-described embodiment, but may be other furniture such as a storage shelf or storage for daily items, a mirror stand, or a simple decorative board.
[0059]
【The invention's effect】
As described above, according to the present invention, it is possible to provide a part of the unit residence area to another independent household according to the life cycle of the owner of the unit residence area and to return to the original unit residence area. Thus, a unit residence area of a predetermined area can be used effectively. The unit dwelling area can be divided into individual dwelling areas by securing an open portion required for the individual dwelling defined in the related law example without conflicting with the divisional building law. In addition, the partition structure has a furniture function such as a magazine rack or various household goods storage shelves so that the furniture function can be maintained even when the partition structure opening is closed or the opening is opened. Thus, effective use of the partition structure can be realized.
[Brief description of the drawings]
FIG. 1 is a plan view of an essential part for explaining the structure of an embodiment of a life cycle compatible system house of the present invention.
2 is an enlarged plan view of an area on the left side (F2) of FIG. 1. FIG.
3 is an enlarged plan view of an area on the right side (F3) of FIG. 1. FIG.
FIG. 4 is a horizontal sectional view for explaining a first embodiment of a partition structure according to the present invention together with a part of a partition wall;
5 is a vertical sectional view taken along the line aa ′ in FIG. 4;
6 is a cross-sectional view illustrating a state of a partition structure corresponding to FIG. 4 for explaining a state in which a magazine rack is removed from an opening of a partition wall.
7 is a cross-sectional view illustrating a state of a partition structure corresponding to FIG. 5 for explaining a state in which a magazine rack is removed from an opening of a partition wall.
FIG. 8 is an external view showing a state in which the opening of the partition wall is closed with the partition structure of this example.
FIG. 9 is an external view showing a state in which the magazine rack constituting the partition structure of the present invention is removed from the opening of the partition wall so that the live activity line can pass between the main living area and the sub-residential area.
FIG. 10 is a horizontal sectional view for explaining a second embodiment of the partition structure according to the present invention together with a part of a partition wall;
11 is a vertical sectional view taken along the line bb ′ of FIG.
FIG. 12 is an external view showing a state in which the opening of the partition wall is released from being closed by the partition structure according to the present embodiment.
[Explanation of symbols]
M1 1st unit living area
M2 Second unit living area
M3 Third unit living area
ML main room
MW around the main water
ME main entrance / exit M
SL vice-room
SW secondary water around
SE secondary entrance
GW outer wall
BC balcony or veranda
M1A, S1 Separate residential area after split
CP common hall
BL border with adjacent land
Neighboring living area in NB housing
PW partition structure
WW Anti-vibration / Fireproof / Soundproof Bulkhead (Partition Wall)
DF door frame
BT horizontal bar
HG Hinge
DR door
BB wooden frame (frame material)
AT airtight material
BA wallboard (decorative board)
MTL mortar
FB floor board
SCB support stand
BS basics
B foundation
SCB support stand
SC prop
ND joist
V1 reinforcement
ATG Airtight rubber material
ML-M (ML-S) Magazine rack
BD backboard
UK top plate
DK Lower plate
FL makeup frame (frame)
FL-L Leg
K counter
KL shelf board
HB holding bar
Z Magazines.

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  1. There is at least one unit residence area on one floor of the building, the unit residence area is divided into a plurality of individual residence areas independent from each other corresponding to the life cycle, and the divided individual residence area is divided into the one It is a system housing corresponding to a life cycle that can be returned or re-divided into a unit residence area, and each of the unit residence area and the individual residence area faces an independent residence function and the outside of the unit residence area. Living activities of residents at the boundary divided into the individual residence areas within the unit residence area, having independent dedicated entrances and openings required for individual residences facing the outside of the unit residence area It has an anti-vibration / fireproof / soundproof partition wall with a partition structure opening capable of forming a wire, and is installed in the partition structure opening of the anti-vibration / fireproof / soundproof partition wall. The unit housing area is divided into the plurality of individual housing areas by closing the opening for the partition structure, and the plurality of individual by removing the closure from the opening for the partition structure. A partition structure that can be attached and detached to return the residential area to the one unit residential area, and that itself has vibration, fire and soundproofing functions,
    The partition structure has a vibration-proof function, a sound-proof function, and a fire-proof function, and opens and closes at the partition structure opening, covers the partition structure opening, and is independent of the door. It has a furniture part that can be attached to and detached from the vibration / fireproof / soundproof partition,
    An airtight rubber material is fixed to a portion of the door frame that goes around the inner edge of the opening for the partition structure and the door portion abuts, and the wooden frame for mounting the furniture portion outside the door frame and the vibration-proof / fire-proof / sound-proof A life cycle compatible system house characterized by airtight material intervening in the gap of the partition wall .
  2. The furniture part and the wooden frame for attaching the furniture part are provided on both sides of the door part, and a sound and vibration isolating material is inserted in a space between the furniture part and the door part. The life cycle-compatible system house according to claim 1.
  3. The building is a multi-story apartment house having a plurality of unit residence areas on one floor and at least one common passage shared by the plurality of unit residence areas, and the unit residence area and the individual residence are part of the building. The life cycle-compatible system house according to claim 1 or 2 , wherein the independent dedicated entrance / exit in each of the areas is arranged at a position facing the common passage.
  4. Each of the unit dwelling areas is also required for the individual dwelling area when each of the unit dwelling areas is separated into a plurality of individual dwelling areas by the partition structure. The life cycle-compatible system house according to claim 3 , further comprising a balcony or a veranda that forms an open portion.
  5. In the position where the furniture part is movable substantially parallel to the vibration-proof / fire-proof / sound-proof partition, and the furniture part is moved from the opening for the partition structure to a position overlapping with the vibration-proof / fire-proof / sound-proof partition. 5. The life cycle compatible system house according to claim 1, wherein the furniture section functions as furniture.
  6.   The furniture part is moved to a position covering the partition structure opening, and has a furniture part fixing mechanism for fixing the furniture part to the vibration-proof / fire-proof / sound-proof partition at a position overlapping the door part. The life cycle-compatible system house according to claim 5.
  7.   The life cycle-compatible system house according to claim 5 or 6, further comprising a furniture part movement restriction mechanism that restricts movement of the furniture part at a position moved to a position overlapping with the vibration proof, fire proof, and soundproof partition walls. .
  8. A hanger rail and a guide rail for moving the partition structure parallel to the vibration-proof / fire-proof / sound-proof partition are provided above and below the partition structure opening of the vibration-proof / fire-proof / sound-proof partition. The life cycle-compatible system housing according to claim 5 , further comprising a hanger roller and a guide roller that are engaged with the hanger rail and rotated at an upper portion and a lower portion of the furniture portion.
  9. Lifecycle corresponding system housing according to any one of claims 1 to 8 wherein the anti-vibration-fireproof sound insulating partition wall is characterized by a structural wall the same wall that partitions between the unit residential areas of the building.
  10.   The electrical wiring and water and sewage piping in the individual residential area are independent from each other, and the residential function includes a living room, a kitchen, a bathroom, a washroom, and a toilet. Life cycle compatible system housing as described in.
  11. There is at least one unit residence area on one floor of the building, and the unit residence area is divided into a plurality of individual residence areas independent from each other corresponding to the life cycle in the unit residence area, and the divided individual Life cycle-compatible system housing by installing or removing a vibration-proof / fire-proof / sound-proof partition wall with a partition structure opening that allows the housing area to be returned or re-divided into the unit housing area. A partition structure for constituting
    The partition structure has a vibration-proof function, a sound-proof function, and a fire-proof function, and opens and closes at the partition structure opening, covers the partition structure opening, and is independent of the door. It has a furniture part that can be attached to and detached from the vibration / fireproof / soundproof partition,
    An airtight rubber material fixed to a portion of the door frame that circulates around the inner edge of the opening for the partition structure, the wooden frame for attaching the furniture portion outside the door frame, and the vibration-proof / fire-proof / sound-proof partition wall A partition structure having an airtight material interposed in the gap .
  12. The furniture part and the wooden frame for attaching the furniture part are provided on both sides of the door part, and a sound and vibration isolating material is inserted in a space between the furniture part and the door part. The partition structure according to claim 11.
  13. The furniture portion includes a top plate and a leg plate, the upper side of the top plate has an angle piece for fixing to the furniture unit mounting wooden frame, and the vibration plate is provided on the lower side of the leg plate, when the furniture unit is fixed to the furniture unit mounting crate by said angle piece, according to claim 11, characterized in that vibration damping material is interposed between the wood frame and the leg plate of said furniture unit Or the partition structure of 12 .
  14. A furniture frame mounting / moving wooden frame having an extension length of at least two of the furniture sections on the outer periphery of the opening for the partition structure and outside the door frame, and mounting / moving the furniture section A hanger rail that is fixed to the inside of the upper edge of the wooden frame and extends in a direction parallel to the vibration-proof / fire-proof / sound-proof bulkhead, and is fixed to the lower edge of the furniture frame mounting / moving wooden frame It has a guide rail extending in a direction parallel to the vibration-proof / fire-proof / sound-proof partition wall, and the furniture section has a top plate and a leg plate, and is fixed to the upper side of the top plate and suspended from the hanger rail. A hanger roller that is fixed to the lower side of the leg plate and engages and moves with the guide rail, and exposes the position and the door portion that covers the partition structure opening together with the door portion. Position the furniture part to the hanger The hanger rollers, and the guide rail and the guide roller partition structure according to claim 11 or 12, wherein at engagement by moving and in a direction parallel to the vibration-proof, fireproof soundproofing partition wall with.
  15.   Furniture that regulates movement of the furniture part at a position where the furniture part moves along the furniture part attachment / movement wooden frame and exposes the door part to a part of the furniture part attachment / movement wooden frame. The partition structure according to claim 14, further comprising partial movement restriction means.
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